The attack cost USAF 19 airmen, a talented commander, and a principled Chief of Staff.
Vol. 88, No. 11
At AFA’s Air & Space Conference, top Air Force leaders warned this is no time for complacency.
New forms of airpower will give Washington more military options at an affordable price.
Airmen of USAF’s 325th Bomb Squadron took their bombers from Missouri to Guam in the most ambitious B-2 deployment yet.
If a Pentagon report can be believed, robotic systems will spark a broad reshaping of air fleets.
The outcome of the war depended on the infiltration of troops, weapons, and supplies through Laos into
He came perilously close to washing out as a pilot. Then, he became one of the greatest aces of all ti
The Air Force Association’s annual Air & Space Conference and Technology Exposition.
AFA has now embarked on a far-reaching transformation program to meet future challenges.
The Air Force Association 2006 Statement of Policy adopted by the delegates to the AFA National Conven
“CDR” vs. QDR; Big Changes at AETC; Get Moving on the C-17; Raptor Entering New Phase ....
Bush Endorses BRAC Moves President Bush on Sept. 15 endorsed and sent to Congress the Base Realignment and Closure Commission’s recommendations to close 22 major military bases and realign 33 more. The commission would shutter four Air Force, Air National...
Terrorism Not Top Priority “President Bush should call back from Iraq as many Guard units as necessary to do the job that the Guard is trained to do: Protect Americans at home in times of peril. … The so-called war...
Senate Votes To Stop PTSD Review The Senate has voted to block the Department of Veterans Affairs from conducting a review of documents concerning 72,000 supposedly settled cases of veterans rated 100 percent disabled from post-traumatic stress disorder. On a...
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AFA’s technology showcase offered conference attendees